Monday, May 21, 2012

May Counterfeit Kit Challenge Part #2

So after yesterday's post you are probably wondering how in the world I could have found any more stuff for my was easy, in case I haven't said it before, I have a huge stash!! And really with all of this stuff pulled out of it, you can hardly tell I've made a dent in it!

Additional inspiration kit #3 by Studio Calico is called Versailles

Because my paper is only single sided, I pulled some patterned paper that was simular to the back sides of all the papers.
I found a pattern in my stash as well as the piece of paper from a collection that had pattern pieces all over it.
A piece of butterfly transparency.
2 small 4x6 transparent overlays.
Journaling blocks and title pieces.
Metal embellishments.
Chipboard embellishments. I just found the stack on the left when I opened a drawer I haven't opened in forever!
Leftover bits and pieces of sticker sheets.
Small chipboard embellishments, buttons and flowers and tags that I made with leftover paper.
Bling bits, 3 unopened packages and on bag full of already opened bling.
Sew easy twine & floss, ribbon, washi tape and paper tape from BG. 
Letter stickers.
An old envelope template from CTMH that I plan to use with scraps to make the punched edge envelopes.

Additional inspiration kit #4 by Studio Calico is called Montmartre

My paper is only single sided so I found some paper that matches the back side of the inspiration paper.
Letter stickers.
Misc. flower and tag stickers.
These leftover flowers are from Miss Elizabeth...and they are really, really old!!
Old rub-ons.
Embellishments that I have made with leftover paper.
Small transparent overlay.
Leftover glossy accents.
Metal embellishments.
Chipboard embellishments.
3 unopened packages of bling and one open package.
Journal and title bits and pieces.
Washi tape, ribbon and buttons.
This is the additional cardstock pack I put together for this kit.

It's going to be awhile before you see any layouts that I have put together with this kit since I won't even be getting into it until the 31st.

Thanks for visiting my blog today!


hilde janbroers said...

that looks awesome!! happy scrapping!

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

I love this new challenge of making your own kits.
Great way to use up your stash! :)

sutty said...

That looks like a great kit - enjoy :)

Kimberly Kett said...

What a fantastic way to use up your stash!!

Penny said...

Can't wait to see the layouts that results from all these beautiful products, Great job picking them out! Love Penny

Alyssa said...

Very nice kits. I look forward to seeing what you can do with them.

Lisa said...

oh my! Can i come over and scrap with you and your kits? ;-) these look gorgeous! what a lot of wonderful bits and pieces you've included. can't wait for you to share your creations

S said...

Oh boy, these two are just as delicious as the previous kits - are you sure you are not setting up a vendor booth at this crop. Enjoy it - and do show us how many leftover there are after the weekend. I'm so jealous - would love to play with those well coordinated goodies!

OneScrapHappyMomma said...

I'm with Susanne, I'd love to see what is left when you get done and how many wonderful layouts you get done playing with all this yummy goodness!